We are now accepting fuel grant applications for our Individual Grants Panel Meeting in March 2021. The deadline date for applications is Friday 26th February 2021.
This January 2021 our Trustees have awarded 310 fuel grants amounting to £149,470.
All applicants will be notified by letter at the end of January.
At the Community Grants Panel meeting on 10th December 2020 the Trustees approved 12 grants with a total value of £189,800. Grants approved included:
OK Music Trust was awarded a grant of £15,000 towards the costs of their Music School tuition for children and young people with disabilities.
A grant of £7,500 was awarded to the Riverbank Trust charity to support their community engagement work with vulnerable families in the Whitton area.
Crossroads Care received a grant of £38,000 towards the core costs of providing urgently needed respite care and the running costs for Saturday Club for young people with disabilities providing respite for their families. The charity also received a grant of £5,000 to support the Carers Café the charity runs in Hampton Hill.
LVA Trust is a charity providing personal, social and health education and mentoring support in local schools. They received a grant of £28,000 to support the costs of a member of staff to deliver the programme in secondary schools in the Hampton Fund area.
A grant of £13,000 was awarded to the charity Integrated Neurological Services who a based in Twickenham. The grant will go towards the costs of their rehabilitation team who support people living with neurological conditions.
A grant for £10,000 will pay towards the development of a sensory garden at the East Twickenham Neighbourhood Association (ETNA) to provide improved and accessible outdoor space for the local community.
The wellbeing of our staff and duty of care to our beneficiaries is of paramount importance to Hampton Fund. In view of the current exceptional circumstances, the office will be closed to the public until further notice. Individual applications can be sent by post as normal or individually posted through the letter box at the bottom of the front door of our office. For those who are elderly and vulnerable, we will be accepting telephone applications and will be working with our community partners to disseminate this information.
Community Grant Holders
We acknowledge that services/activities funded by Hampton Fund will be affected by COVID-19 and we will be reasonable, supportive and flexible in our partnership approach to any delay or changes to agreed outcomes.
If you are thinking of changing fuel suppliers and would like to benefit from our fuel grants please contact us before switching over. This is because we are unable to work with all the suppliers in the market. Currently we only work with the following companies: British Gas, EDF, EON, Scottish Power, SSE (Southern Electric) and Utility Warehouse. If you would like to know more, please call us on: 020 8941 7866.